I am a little confused but also can't stop reading.
After the panel with Misaki crying, Tsubasa's remembering her past. Dunno why it's not in black background as pe usual, or how Tsukasa got to contact that other girl in the first place, but she's having a blast from scamming perverts she imagines as her abusive father.
Not really sure what to think. There are some stories with robots that I liked, mostly because the robot itself experienced love in a particular way, when it was not expected nor intended for that to happen. It feels more "human" when it's the result of an event outside it's programming, as it'd be the development of actual feelings. But the robot specifically programmed to love, always seems as kind of creepy. Even though she's not it's owner, instead of seeing a romantic development, I see a machine fulfilling it's program, void of emotions...
Wow really? Your partner was hit and you better ask if she's a prostitute and not who did hurt her ....Man , morality is such a big fuss
She thinks the injuries are product of one of her "customers", while at the same time is unsure if asking to her directly. Also, not a bad way to get around the standard "I fell down the stairs" response.
Remember we only learn of Tsubasa's rather precarious family situation through a small flashback, and Misaki does not know that yet.
Is there like, a law in Japan against depicting minors drinking in works of fiction? Every time I see an anime character get drunk off of chocolate it just seems like the author wanted to get their character drunk without them actually drinking anything alcoholic. It feels really shoehorned to me.
If there is a law, Morinaga totally forgot it on Girlfriends.
So now she will have 3 chaos dragons living in her house and 1 tamed harmony dragon. Are they going to send her to school as well?
I can already imagine Saikawa antagonizing with Iruru because she believes she's stealing Kanna from her. The chapter will end with Saikawa in the hospital due to severe loss of blood after imagining a trio.